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Coloration may refer to:
- Color, the visual perceptual property corresponding in humans to the categories called red, green, blue and others, along with any variation, quality, or property thereof
- Color gradient, a range of position-dependent colors
- Animal coloration, topic of research regarding animals' adaptive appearance
- Camouflage, or cryptic coloration
- Coloration in linguistics, such as to "color vowels" in Laryngeal theory
- Vowel retroflex coloration (trill) in the Toda language
- A reference to chromatic musical writing.
- Color (medieval music), a way of using red and white notes to denote syncopation and temporary meter changes in medieval and Renaissance music
- A form of eye music in Renaissance madrigals where the word "color" or "black" was represented by filled notes on the page.
- Key coloration, gradations or slightly different intonation in music
- Color (disambiguation)
- Gradation (disambiguation), a metaphor from the concept of color used in various contexts to denote a smooth variable spectrum of gradations
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